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Senator Sekibo Presents Patrol Vehicle To Ogu/Bolo Police

The Senator representing Rivers East Senatorial District in the National Assembly, Senator George Thompson Sekibo, has donated a patrol vehicle to the Ogu Divisional Police Headquarters.

Speaking while presenting the vehicle to the Police at Ogu, Senator Sekibo said the gesture was his token contribution to police patrol in the area.

Represented by his wife, Mrs. Asime Thompson Sekibo, the Federal lawmaker said the family decided to donate the vehicle to aid the police in combating the challenges of crime and criminality for the safety of the people of Ogu/Bolo Local Government Area.

He assured the police of their readiness to assist them carry out their operations successfully, and enjoined them to use the vehicle judiciously for the purpose it was donated.

In his speech, the Area Commander, Eleme Area Command, ACP Martin Nwoguh who was represented by his deputy, Gana Muhammed, said the gesture by Senator Sekibo would help the police in ensuring a crime-free society.

Also speaking, the Vice Chairman of Ogu/Bolo Local Government Council, Barr. Christianah Tamunobereton-ari said the gesture would curb the incessant attacks along the routes of Ogu and its neigbouring communities.

According to her, with the patrol vehicle, crime rate would be reduced, and also appealed to them to ensure proper use of the vehicle for the safety of lives and property of the people.

Receiving the vehicle, CSP Stephen Abiaziem on behalf of the Commissioner of Police, Joseph Mukan, thanked Senator Sekibo for the gesture which he said was a dividend of democracy.

He said the police, would ensure total commitment to their duties professionally and effectively to ensure that Ogu/Bolo remain the most peaceful Local Government Area in Rivers State.

Also present at the presentation ceremony were members of Police Community Relations Committee (PCPC) in the area led by the Secretary General, Comrade Collins Barasimeye, a member of Eleme Area Command Police Advisory Committee, Mrs. Mabinty Ibifuro amongst others.  

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